Scientific Papers of the Bureau of Standards, Vol. 16, 249-252 (1920) Scientific Paper 379 (S379)
Gives data on the reflecting power of monel metal, stellite, and zinc, in the visible spectrum and to 4 ? in the infra-red. In the infra-red the reflectivity of monel metal is practically the same as that of nickel; it varies from 57% at 0.45 ? to 91% at 4 ?. The values found for stellite confirm those previously obtained [see Abs. 1920A00343]. Zinc shows a deep depression in the reflectivity curve at about 1 ?, followed by an unusually high reflectivity beyond 2 ?. At 4 ? the reflecting power is 96%.
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